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THE MARKETS

(PBB PKBSS ASSOCIATION,)

I Received May 23, 1 45 p m.) BYDNBY. May 22

The wheat market is glutted. Following are the prices current :— Chickwheat 3s 6d ; New Zealand milling, 4s 6d to 4s Bd, nominal ; flour, New Zealand stone made, £10 10s to £11 ; New Zealand roller, £11 5s to £11 15s ; oats, market glutted, heavy feed, 2s 9d to 3s 2d ; feed, 3s 5d ; barley, Cape, Bs, dull ; bran, steady, Is Id ; pollard, Is 2d to Is 2£d ; potatoes, New Zealand, £4 10s per ton ; Tasmanian, £4 17s 6d per ton ; Circulars, £5 2s 6d per ton; onions, best New Zealand, £15 to £16 per ton, scarce ; butter, the market iB glutted with off qualities, and the best sorts only are saleable, separator made is quoted at Is to Is Id ; dairy, 8d to lOd j Cheese is plentiful and the market dull, local is 6d to 7£d ; New Zealand, 7d to 7£d ; bacon is scarce at lOd, and there is an aotive demand for hams at ll^d to Is. Melbotjbnb, May 22 Wheat is strong at 5s 8d ; flour, stone made, £11 10s ; roller flour, £12, with an upward tendency ; oats have improved, and are now quoted at 3s 10£ d ; barley, feed, 3s 7d ; malting, 5s 6d ; bran, Is 3d. Adelaide, May 22 Wheat, farmers' lots, 4s lOd • shipping parcels, 5s o£d ; roller flour, £12 ; bran, Is, firm ; pollard, Is Id ; oats, New Zealand, 4s 4d ; barley, malting, 4s 3d to 4s 6d.

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THE MARKETS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 22 May 1889

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THE MARKETS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2131, 22 May 1889

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